Hilliard, Ohio native, Matt James, returned to his hometown help facilitate SLAM. He reflects on the changes that have taken place in Hilliard and what the LORD is doing through the youth in his hometown.
“My service isn’t limited to what I do as a mother, but it most definitely includes that. I can’t serve God without thinking about them and all the next generation of servants.” All this and more by Brynn Buchanan.
Rosemary Sherrod writes about the expansion of Camp Skillz to two more camps in Madison in a trailer park of great need. Read how offering summer camps to kids who wouldn’t otherwise attend is impacting our neighbors and ways you can pray.
Katie Dunning and Elise Gerard recently taught a childbirth education seminar to expectant mothers in El Salvador. Katie reflects on how, through education on childbirth and her knowledge of God’s word, she was able to address and combat the expectant mothes’ fears surrounding childbirth.
How does a self-proclaimed young, white, privileged American girl stand in front a crowd of incarcerated, impoverished Filipinas, and preach to them God cares for them? Darbie Guess was disheartened by this question, but committed to finding an answer.
Brett Madron reflects on the inclusive and friendly environment being created at the Academy for G.O.D., where his son is enrolled and where high school students volunteer with a program called “Buddy Break” which serves families with children with special needs.
The sudden choice of declaring your future-and-forever career is a challenging one for most college students. Read how the Academy for G.O.D. gives hands-on opportunities for their high school students to explore potential career paths.